Envy This CPU Collection

Figured you guys would enjoy this one:

http://gizmodo.com/5598885/a-humble-russian-man-presents-his-cpu-collection

The man literally has hundreds upon hundreds of dated CPU's.
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  1. Good lord. I wonder if he actually had all these running at one time or another or if he just works at the dump? :heink:
  2. Never mind, found out this Pentium III I have is a Pentium III 450 (Katmai) SL3CC. I doubt it'll ever get the system working again - do modern PSUs work with older motherboards?
  3. Wow, well now we all know who to call if we need spare parts for an ancient rig. He probably hides his graphics card stash in the garage.
  4. wow that looks amazing! nice collection
  5. Lmeow said:
    Never mind, found out this Pentium III I have is a Pentium III 450 (Katmai) SL3CC. I doubt it'll ever get the system working again - do modern PSUs work with older motherboards?

    Yes. That's the whole point of the "20+4" main power plug. And the missing -5 volt line should not be a problem.
  6. Thanks jsc.

    It's amazing what keying in random numbers can do.

    Turns out I have an EPoX EP-6VBA motherboard and nVidia RIVA TNT2, I never knew heatsinks could be that tiny and the card still work!

    Here is the card:


    What's the 26-pin like thing in the top left hand corner? Underneath the CTNT2V?

    Memory is single sided 8x8 MB 128 MB SDRAM PC100 stick.
  7. buwish said:
    Figured you guys would enjoy this one:

    http://gizmodo.com/5598885/a-humble-russian-man-presents-his-cpu-collection

    The man literally has hundreds upon hundreds of dated CPU's.

    Slightly larger than mine and no I'm not being sarcastic.
  8. Damn! Now that's a collection...
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